Wilhelm Alzinger

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Wilhelm Alzinger (August 11, 1928 in Vienna – January 2, 1998 in Vienna) was an Austrian archaeologist.

He was a co-worker of the Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut from 1952 to 1993. He was professor at the University of Vienna and undertook excavations at Ephesus, Agrigento, Aigeira and Aguntum.

Works[edit]

  • Die Stadt des siebenten Weltwunders. Die Wiederentdeckung von Ephesos, Vienna, 1962
  • Das Monument des C. Memmius, Vienna, 1971
  • Die Ruinen von Ephesos, Berlin, 1972
  • Augusteische Architektur, Vienna, 1974